The kitchen, the central room of the house, plays an essential role in the interiors. The whole family enjoys getting together and spending time in a pleasant and bright room, even more when it is placed in a veranda, a place open to the outdoors and nature. In this house in Gasperich (Luxembourg) after the transformation and expansion of the existing room, the kitchen has become a living veranda. With the owners' agreement, we completely removed the old kitchen, the existing floor and created an opening to make room for a new sloping roofed veranda. All the electricity, plumbing and heating constraints have been planned in advance.
We chose a sleek kitchen with central half-island in light gray color with gray matte quartz worktop as well. All the appliances are top-notch quality. The induction hob is flush to the worktop. The sink is glued under the worktop and the dishwasher has been integrated into the cabinet under the oven. A small wine cellar has been installed in the side of the island facing the table.
The space available in the veranda was sufficient to arrange a reading corner. The low cabinet, incorporating a storage drawer, is covered with a soft seat and cushions to create a comfortable resting place that invites reading or contemplating the garden. The veranda is bright and well insulated thanks to its triple-glazed glass walls. The light sources required for lighting the kitchen help to create a cozy and chic atmosphere.
The Tulip White Marble Oval Table is a 1950s Bauhaus design classic, which blends nicely with the rest of the kitchen.
The prefinished three-layer oak parquet, made to measure, matches perfectly with Mews tiles by Mutina.